To Kokker is situated on Bryggen, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the classic view of Bergen. It shares an address with another restaurant - you have to penetrate further into the alleyway. Dining is on the second floor in one of a sequence of cosy, low-ceilinged rooms with exposed beams. We were in one painted dark red and hung with a selection of quite decent artwork. There are four- and five-course menus for NOK495 and NOK595 respectively. We chose à la carte: Fish soup and mussel soup; tender of veal or reindeer with a game sauce, both with identical garnishes. All well-prepared but nothing spectacular. The wine list is vague about vintages yet expensive. Try a glass of Mercier champage for NOK110.
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